Premier League: Manchester United to refund season ticket-holders due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
The Premier League season was suspended in March with United fifth in the standings. United has four home games left.
Manchester United said they will refund fans with season tickets for the games they won’t be able to attend during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier League season was suspended in March with United fifth in the standings. United have four home games left.
The club wrote to season ticket holders to say “we share your disappointment that you will not be able to watch United in person from within the stadium, but we would encourage you to give your continued loyal support from the comfort and safety of your home.”
Clubs are pushing to be allowed to play at their usual stadiums rather than in neutral venues as the police wanted.
United are asking fans for their “co-operation not to travel to any stadiums at which we are playing on matchdays.”
Tyrell Malacia signed from Feyenoord for a reported initial fee of 15 million euros ($15.4 million) to compete with England international Luke Shaw to play at left back.
Eriksen was also targeted by his former club Tottenham but was impressed by Ten Hag after training with Ajax as part of his return to football following the cardiac arrest.
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